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A possible solution with pics. It's difficult to use pic-anchors for positioning (Anchoring TiKZ pics) but they serve as reference points for drawing links between them. \documentclass[tikz,border=2mm]{standalone} \usetikzlibrary{positioning,circuits.logic.US, fit} \tikzset{ mycircuit/.pic={ \begin{scope}[circuit logic US] \node[gray, ...


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Dependently on the complexity of your use-cases and how many of these shapes you need … here is a start. The answer consists the following: A shape declaration that borrows the rectangle ee definition from the circuits.ee (which is just a borrowed rectangle shape with .input and .output anchors). I also borrow from the linked TeXample for the text ...



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